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[image]Bituach Siudi - Limor
ביטוח סיעודי
Keywords: ביטוח סיעודי; ביטוח סיעוד
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[texts]הגדלת חזה - limor
הגדלת חזה Breast implant: Dr. Vincenz Czerny (1842–1916) a pioneer in breast reconstruction surgery.
Keywords: הגדלת חזה דר' אבי וינברג
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[texts]industrial cooling towers - Limor
Post industrial revolution, industrial cooling towers have gained immense importance wherever waste heat is produced, for which no significant use has been found till date. Large scale industries round the world generate heat through running of the machines, electrical equipment, and industrial processes. The temperature of any industry has to be kept constant at a certain level so that it continues to run efficiently for a long time to come...
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[texts]ברז חשמלי - Limor
ברז חשמלי A solenoid valve is an electromechanically operated valve. The valve is controlled by an electric current through a solenoid: in the case of a two-port valve the flow is switched on or off; in the case of a three-port valve, the outflow is switched between the two outlet ports. Multiple solenoid valves can be placed together on a manifold. Solenoid valves are the most frequently used control elements in fluidics...
Keywords: ברז חשמלי
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[texts]frp cooling towers - Limor
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Keywords: cooling towers,industrial cooling towers,grp cooling towers,degasifiers
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[texts]הגדלת חזה - Limor
הגדלת חזה חזה גדול חששות גדולות חזה גדול נתפס בעיני גברים רבים, אך גם בעיני נשים, כסממן נשי ואימהי. כל אחת היתה רוצה שיהיה לה חזה שופע ומלא. כיום, בעידן בו תחום הכירורגיה הפלסטית מפותח מאוד, כל אחת יכולה לבחור לעצמה את גודל החזה הרצוי, לפנות לרופא מומחה ולעצב לעצמה את החזה החלומ...
Keywords: הגדלת חזה
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[texts]Reaction of Tardigrades (Hypsibius) to Physical and Chemical Extremes - Raz, Limor
Honors Thesis (B.S. in Biology)--Columbus State University, 2005.
Keywords: Tardigrada; Effect of chemicals on; Effect of salt on; Cryptobiosis
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[texts]Efficient motif search in ranked lists and applications to variable gap motifs. (Volume 40) - Leibovich, Limor
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 40.AbstractSequence elements, at all levels—DNA, RNA and protein, play a central role in mediating molecular recognition and thereby molecular regulation and signaling. Studies that focus on measuring and investigating sequence-based recognition make use of statistical and computational tools, including approaches to searching sequence motifs. State-of-the-art motif searching tools are limited in their coverage and ability to address large mo...
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[texts]Mutual enrichment in ranked lists and the statistical assessment of position weight matrix motifs. (Volume 9) - Leibovich, Limor
This article is from Algorithms for Molecular Biology : AMB, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Statistics in ranked lists is useful in analysing molecular biology measurement data, such as differential expression, resulting in ranked lists of genes, or ChIP-Seq, which yields ranked lists of genomic sequences. State of the art methods study fixed motifs in ranked lists of sequences. More flexible models such as position weight matrix (PWM) motifs are more challenging in this context, partially because...
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[texts]Biosecurity Policy in the US: A Critical Assessment. (Volume 2) - Lev, Ori
This article is from Frontiers in Public Health, volume 2.AbstractNone
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[texts]GSK-3 and lysosomes meet in Alzheimer's disease. (Volume 6) - Avrahami, Limor
This article is from Communicative & Integrative Biology, volume 6.AbstractAberrant regulation of glycogen synthase kinase-3 (GSK-3) is implicated in Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but the mechanisms involved remain elusive. Our recent study shows that GSK-3 impairs lysosomal acidification and that inhibition of GSK-3 re-acidified lysosomes in brains of AD mice. This effect was accompanied by reductions in β-amyloid pathology and amelioration of cognitive deficits...
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[texts]Transnasal Flexible Fiberoptic in-office Laryngeal Biopsies--Our Experience with 117 Patients with Suspicious Lesions. (Volume 5) - Cohen, Jacob T.
This article is from Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal, volume 5.AbstractObjective:: To compare pathologic results obtained via in-office transnasal fiberoptic laryngoscopy (TFL) to those of subsequent direct laryngoscopy in order to assess the accuracy of TFL as a diagnostic tool. Patients:: One hundred and seventeen patients with suspicious laryngeal lesions. Methods:: All patients underwent in-office biopsies...
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[texts]Poincaré type inequalities on the discrete cube and in the CAR algebra - Limor Ben-Efraim
We prove Lp Poincare inequalities for functions on the discrete cube and their discrete gradient. We thus recover an exponential inequality and the concentration phenomenon for the uniform probability on the cube first obtained by Bobkov and Gotze. Inequalities involving the discrete gradient and powers of the discrete Laplacian are also considered, for the Lp norm or more general ones. Similar results hold true, replacing functions on the cube by elements of the CAR algebra and considering the ...
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[texts]High levels of reactive oxygen species in gold nanoparticle-targeted cancer cells following femtosecond pulse irradiation. (Volume 3) - Minai, Limor
This article is from Scientific Reports, volume 3.AbstractCancer cells could be locally damaged using specifically targeted gold nanoparticles and laser pulse irradiation, while maintaining minimum damage to nearby, particle-free tissue. Here, we show that in addition to the immediate photothermal cell damage, high concentrations of reactive oxygen species (ROS) are formed within the irradiated cells...
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[texts]A structural-based statistical approach suggests a cooperative activity of PUM1 and miR-410 in human 3'-untranslated regions. (Volume 1) - Leibovich, Limor
This article is from Silence, volume 1.AbstractBackground: Micro (mi)RNAs comprise a large family of small non-coding RNAs that are thought to regulate a large fraction of protein-coding genes. Generally, miRNAs downregulate messenger (m)RNA expression by binding to the 3' untranslated regions (UTRs) of the RNA molecules. An important factor for binding specificity is the matching in the seed region...
[texts]DRIMust: a web server for discovering rank imbalanced motifs using suffix trees. (Volume 41) - Leibovich, Limor
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 41.AbstractCellular regulation mechanisms that involve proteins and other active molecules interacting with specific targets often involve the recognition of sequence patterns. Short sequence elements on DNA, RNA and proteins play a central role in mediating such molecular recognition events. Studies that focus on measuring and investigating sequence-based recognition processes make use of statistical and computational tools that support the id...
[texts]Diversification of Quiescin sulfhydryl oxidase in a preserved framework for redox relay. (Volume 13) - Limor-Waisberg, Keren
This article is from BMC Evolutionary Biology, volume 13.AbstractBackground: The enzyme family Quiescin Sulfhydryl Oxidase (QSOX) is defined by the presence of an amino-terminal thioredoxin-fold (Trx) domain and a carboxy-terminal Erv family sulfhydryl oxidase domain. QSOX enzymes, which generate disulfide bonds and transfer them to substrate proteins, are present in a wide variety of eukaryotic species including metazoans and plants, but are absent from fungi...
[texts]Mirror Sniffing: Humans Mimic Olfactory Sampling Behavior. (Volume 39) - Arzi, Anat
This article is from Chemical Senses, volume 39.AbstractAmple evidence suggests that social chemosignaling plays a significant role in human behavior. Processing of odors and chemosignals depends on sniffing. Given this, we hypothesized that humans may have evolved an automatic mechanism driving sniffs in response to conspecific sniffing. To test this, we measured sniffing behavior of human subjects watching the movie Perfume, which contains many olfactory sniffing events...
[texts]The use of a written assessment checklist for the provision of emergency contraception via community pharmacies: a simulated patient study. (Volume 11) - Schneider, Carl R.
This article is from Pharmacy Practice, volume 11.AbstractBackground: The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia recommends use of a written assessment checklist prior to supply of emergency contraception by pharmacists. Objective: The aim of this research was to determine the prevalence of use of a written assessment checklist by community pharmacists and secondly, to ascertain the effect of the checklist on appropriate assessment and supply...
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[texts]Factors Expressed by Murine Embryonic Pancreatic Mesenchyme Enhance Generation of Insulin-Producing Cells From hESCs. (Volume 62) - Guo, Tingxia
This article is from Diabetes, volume 62.AbstractIslet transplantation has proven to be a successful strategy to restore normoglycemia in patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D). However, the dearth of cadaveric islets available for transplantation hampers the widespread application of this treatment option. Although human embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells are capable of generating insulin-producing cells in vitro when provided with the appropriate inductive cues, the insulin-e...
[texts]Investigating Thought Disorder in Schizophrenia: Evidence for Pathological Activation. (Volume 8) - Safadi, Ziad
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Previous research has yielded evidence for enhanced semantic priming in formal thought-disordered schizophrenia patients, a result that fits well with the hypothesis of disinhibited processes of spreading activation in this population. Objective: The current study examined whether hyper priming among schizophrenia patients is an outcome of further spreading of activation of a node or a result of farther activation of nodes in the semant...
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[texts]Noninvasive imaging of flowing blood cells using label-free spectrally encoded flow cytometry. (Volume 3) - Golan, Lior
This article is from Biomedical Optics Express, volume 3.AbstractOptical microscopy of blood cells in vivo provides a unique opportunity for clinicians and researchers to visualize the morphology and dynamics of circulating cells, but is usually limited by the imaging speed and by the need for exogenous labeling of the cells. Here we present a label-free approach for in vivo flow cytometry of blood using a compact imaging probe that could be adapted for bedside real-time imaging of patients in c...
[texts]Specialization versus adaptation: two strategies employed by cyanophages to enhance their translation efficiencies. (Volume 39) - Limor-Waisberg, Keren
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 39.AbstractEffective translation of the viral genome during the infection cycle most likely enhances its fitness. In this study, we reveal two different strategies employed by cyanophages, viruses infecting cyanobacteria, to enhance their translation efficiency. Cyanophages of the T7-like Podoviridae family adjust their GC content and codon usage to those of their hosts...
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[texts]Twitter in the Cross Fire--The Use of Social Media in the Westgate Mall Terror Attack in Kenya. (Volume 9) - Simon, Tomer
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractOn September 2013 an attack on the Westgate mall in Kenya led to a four day siege, resulting in 67 fatalities and 175 wounded. During the crisis, Twitter became a crucial channel of communication between the government, emergency responders and the public, facilitating the emergency management of the event. The objectives of this paper are to present the main activities, use patterns and lessons learned from the use of the social media in the crisi...
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[texts]Deep transcranial magnetic stimulation add-on for the treatment of auditory hallucinations: a double-blind study. (Volume 11) - Rosenberg, Oded
This article is from Annals of General Psychiatry, volume 11.AbstractBackground: About 25% of schizophrenia patients with auditory hallucinations are refractory to pharmacotherapy and electroconvulsive therapy. We conducted a deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) pilot study in order to evaluate the potential clinical benefit of repeated left temporoparietal cortex stimulation in these patients...
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[texts]Differential effects of oral and transdermal menopausal hormone therapy on prostacyclin and thromboxane in platelets. (Volume 2) - Raz, Limor
This article is from Physiological Reports, volume 2.AbstractMenopausal hormone therapies (MHT) may increase thrombotic risk but modulate endothelial function and reduce development of vascular lesions. This study compared effects of MHT on prostanoid‐modulated adenosine triphosphate (ATP) secretion from platelets in relationship with endothelial reactive hyperemia (RH) index and carotid intima medial thickness (CIMT)...
[texts]HES-1 Is Involved in Adaptation of Adult Human ?-Cells to Proliferation In Vitro. (Volume 57) - Bar, Yael
This article is from Diabetes, volume 57.AbstractOBJECTIVE—In vitro expansion of β-cells from adult human islets could solve the tissue shortage for cell replacement therapy of diabetes. Culture of human islet cells typically results in
[texts]Selection of peptides binding to metallic borides by screening M13 phage display libraries. (Volume 14) - Ploss, Martin
This article is from BMC Biotechnology, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Metal borides are a class of inorganic solids that is much less known and investigated than for example metal oxides or intermetallics. At the same time it is a highly versatile and interesting class of compounds in terms of physical and chemical properties, like semiconductivity, ferromagnetism, or catalytic activity. This makes these substances attractive for the generation of new materials...
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[texts]On-site education of VEGF-recruited monocytes improves their performance as angiogenic and arteriogenic accessory cells. (Volume 210) - Avraham-Davidi, Inbal
This article is from The Journal of Experimental Medicine, volume 210.AbstractVEGF-driven neovascularization transiently recruits Ly6Chigh monocytes, which subsequently alter their phenotype and exert angiogenic function to enlarge small vessels.
[texts]Strong field ionization to multiple electronic states in water - Joe P. Farrell
High harmonic spectra show that laser-induced strong field ionization of water has a significant contribution from an inner-valence orbital. Our experiment uses the ratio of H2O and D2O high harmonic yields to isolate the characteristic nuclear motion of the molecular ionic states. The nuclear motion initiated via ionization of the highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) is small and is expected to lead to similar harmonic yields for the two isotopes...
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[texts]Angiotensin 1-7 as Means to Prevent the Metabolic Syndrome: Lessons From the Fructose-Fed Rat Model. (Volume 62) - Marcus, Yonit
This article is from Diabetes, volume 62.AbstractWe studied the effects of chronic angiotensin 1-7 (Ang 1-7) treatment in an experimental model of the metabolic syndrome, i.e., rats given high-fructose/low-magnesium diet (HFrD). Rats were fed on HFrD for 24 weeks with and without Ang 1-7 (576 µg/kg/day, s.c., Alzet pumps). After 6 months, Ang 1-7–treated animals had lower body weight (−9.5%), total fat mass (detected by magnetic resonance imaging), and serum triglycerides (−51%), improved...
[texts]Two novel mutations identified in familial cases with Donohue syndrome. (Volume 2) - Falik Zaccai, Tzipora C
This article is from Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine, volume 2.AbstractDonohue syndrome (DS) is a rare and lethal autosomal recessive disease caused by mutations in the insulin receptor (INSR) gene, manifesting marked insulin resistance, severe growth retardation, hypertrichosis, and characteristic dysmorphic features. We report the clinical, molecular, and biochemical characterization of three new patients with DS, and address genotype–phenotype issues playing a role in the pathophysiol...
[texts]Intradermal air pouch leukocytosis as an in vivo test for nanoparticles. (Volume 8) - Vandooren, Jennifer
This article is from International Journal of Nanomedicine, volume 8.AbstractThe need for test systems for nanoparticle biocompatibility, toxicity, and inflammatory or adaptive immunological responses is paramount. Nanoparticles should be free of microbiological and chemical contaminants, and devoid of toxicity. Nevertheless, in the absence of contamination, these particles may still induce undesired immunological effects in vivo, such as enhanced autoimmunity, hypersensitivity reactions, and fi...
[texts]Predictive Toxicology of cobalt ferrite nanoparticles: comparative in-vitro study of different cellular models using methods of knowledge discovery from data. (Volume 10) - Horev-Azaria, Limor
This article is from Particle and Fibre Toxicology, volume 10.AbstractBackground: Cobalt-ferrite nanoparticles (Co-Fe NPs) are attractive for nanotechnology-based therapies. Thus, exploring their effect on viability of seven different cell lines representing different organs of the human body is highly important. Methods: The toxicological effects of Co-Fe NPs were studied by in-vitro exposure of A549 and NCIH441 cell-lines (lung), precision-cut lung slices from rat, HepG2 cell-line (liver), MDC...
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